I have recently joined hub pages and wish to have different profiles for my different hubs. I also need to keep my related hubs in account account and use different display names for my different readers. Hence the question: Can i open two hub accounts.
Yes, you can open more than one account, you just need to have a separate email address for each one. But please note that if you create a large number of accounts with promotional hubs, they could all be banned at once.
As you can see it's fine by HP HQ.
Provided you're not a freak and plan to use it to disrupt the forums by posing as different people I think it's fine by the rest of us too.
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